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, and they adopted the sat. the sat had been developed by a man named carl brigham with--working with other people carl brigham was one of the psychologists who created the group iq test. he also wrote one of the most infamous racist books--i think it was called a "study of american intelligence"--in which he warned the american people, after world war i, looking at these iq test results, that the nation would be in grave danger if it didn't stop immigration because the people flowing into the us in large numbers from europe were--had the lowest iqs and that it was going to be a serious threat to the future of the nation. brigham's work was widely reported at the time, and it took him several years before he wrote a tiny article saying, 'i think i may have been wrong'; that it may have been a mistake to do--make the huge leaps he had and to use the iq test scores the way he had. but by then, the congress had passed immigration restriction, and by then--this was by the late '20s--he was working for the college board developing the sat. and the college board, which is this group of colleges which ha
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